Articles posted August 4, 2006

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Saratoga Diary: Pointer Sisters Play for Good Cause

Saratoga Diary: Pointer Sisters Play for Good Cause

Equine Advocates, an organization founded by Susan Wagner a decade ago to make certain that horses received protection from slaughter, abuse and abandonment, honored Staci and Arthur Hancock at its annual fund-raiser on Thursday night.

Churchill Downs, Magna Join Forces in Bid for New York Racing Franchise

Churchill Downs, Magna Join Forces in Bid for New York Racing Franchise

Churchill Downs Incorporated and Magna Entertainment Corp., the two largest track-operating companies in the U.S., announced Friday that they have entered into an agreement to cooperate in the bidding process for the New York racetrack franchise, which is currently held by the New York Racing Association and will expire Dec. 31, 2007.

Regular Gate Maintenance Ordered at Ohio Tracks

The Ohio State Racing Commission has ordered racetracks to ensure regular maintenance is performed on starting gates in the wake of a malfunction that resulted in the $100,000 Queen City Oaks at River Downs being called a "no contest."

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